|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on July 2, 2020 at 7:15 PM|
A function called COVID-19 Exposure Logging has been installed on devices
It is dormant in countries without official tracing apps, such as UK and US
It will eventually work with apps that users have to download to track the virus
Users have slammed the 'sneaky' and 'Orwellian' way in which it appeared
By JACK ELSOM FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 08:07 EDT, 2 July 2020 | UPDATED: 12:54 EDT, 2 July 2020
Apple and Android users have been left puzzled after coronavirus tracking software quietly glided on to their mobile phones without them knowing.
A function called 'COVID-19 Exposure Logging' has appeared in the 'settings' section of both iPhones and Android devices, which will work with tracing apps that users can download to alert them when they have come into contact with the virus.
Users in the US and UK have been given software, which can be found under the 'Google' section of Android settings and in the 'privacy - health' section of the iPhone settings, despite not having an official government tracing app they can download.
People in Germany, who have been able to download a government-backed app for weeks, also have the feature - and complain it saps their phone battery.
A lack of communication about the feature, which sneaked on to phones on May 20 via a software update, has led many to blast it as 'sneaky' and 'Orwellian'.
You are all prisoners of the NWO. That won't mean anything until later. Then the cold dark hand of reality will sink in. You'll be rounded up like a certain group in WW2. Instead of relocation, it will be quarantine.
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